When a cheetah exhibit opens at the National Zoo in Washington D.C., Princess Diana arrives to witness the event. At the grand opening, the rare cats suddenly escape, fleeing through a crowd of frightened zoogoers! Diana quickly transforms into her secret identity, Wonder Woman, captures the cats and saves the day. But when the cheetahs continue their odd behavior, only one thing can explain it -- the cat-like super-villain, Cheetah, is on the loose! Picture descriptions present.
What would be worse? Having a total drama queen as a roommate, or living next to someone whose snoring registers on the Richter scale? Try both. Zoey and the gang are ready to rock a new school year at PCA, but things start to get real strange real fast. Some old faces are gone, and some new faces would be better off that way. This is definitely NOT what Zoey expected - and it seems like things are going from weird to weirder. Will life ever be normal again?
Zoey has finally made it through the first co-ed year at PCA and it's time to celebrate with the beach party to end all beach parties.
Briar Rose is sick of everyone thinking she's perfect. Her parents won't stop doting, her guardian fairies are being real pests, and even her teachers act like she can do no wrong. Her classmates at Princess School copy everything she does and, ugh, they keep calling her Beauty. Only Ella, Rapunzel, and Snow seem to like Rose for who she really is. Rose is fed up--and determined to prove that she's more than just a pretty face. She's forming a secret plan to do just that. But what if Rose goes too far? Bookshare has books about other princesses at the magical school. Look for more books in The Princess School series like Who's The Fairest? and If The Shoe Fits.
Zoey and the gang are back for another year of laughs, friendship, pranks, and drama at PCA, in this latest chapter book based on the hit Nickelodeon show.
Being the first group of girls at a formerly all-boys academy has its big ups-as in boys, boys, everywhere! Choosing "the one" is as easy as "Eeny, meeny, miny, Whoa!" isn't it? Maybe not so fast.
It's a story of "firsts"-- Zoey Brooks' first day as a member of the first class at PCA to include girls; her first struggles with her "could they be more opposite?" roommates, and her first tryouts for the formerly all-boys basketball team.
Packed with quizzes, photos, and bone-chilling facts, this creepy chronicle investigates people and places doomed to disaster.
With her feet bare (those glass slippers don't fit) and her second-hand gown splattered with mud (thanks, evil stepsisters), Ella's first day of Princess School is off to a lousy start. If she can only find her fairy godmother before the first class begins, Ella is sure she'll put things right. But her FG is off at a convention and Ella is on her own--she'll have to get through the first weeks of Princess School without any bobbity-boo. Ella is terrified--until she meets silly Snow, spunky Rapunzel, and beautiful, sheltered Rose.
In the center of the courtyard of a medieval church stands a single block of marble. On top lies a heavy black anvil, and struck deep through them both is a glittering sword. Whoever can remove the sword from the stone is the rightful king of Britain.
Irving's classic tale of Ichabod Crane and his fateful encounter with the Headless Horseman in Sleepy Hollow is adapted in this age-appropriate volume that makes an ideal introduction to early American literature.
Rapunzel and Prince Val have been best friends for years. Madame Gothel the witch keeps Rapunzel locked in the tower. Will Rapunzel lose her friends, and her freedom all at once--or is there a way to get the witch out of her hair?
It's Halloween and following PCA tradition, the upperclassmen are creating a haunted house for the younger kids. Logan is determined that it's going to be the scariest, spookiest, creepiest night of the little kids' lives. But when two of them vanish, including Zoey's little brother, the night takes a turn that no one imagined! Then let the debate begin: it's Zoey vs. Logan in a PCA web cast. Who's got the best argument? Who's got the strongest case? How does Logan's hair look? Get all the answers here. Based on the episodes Haunted House and Broadcast Views.
The automobile. The microscope. The Internet. Without these amazing inventions, our lives would be totally different. But how did these cool creations come to be? And who were the inventors that dreamed them up? Go behind the scenes of history-and learn the truth about the gadgets and tools that changed the world. Packed with quizzes, photos, and zillions of wacky facts, this chronicle of jaw-dropping discoveries might even inspire you to invent something of your own!
Marie Stahlbaum and her older brother, Fritz, could barely contain their excitement. What wonderful gifts were waiting for them under the giant Christmas tree? What glorious decorations covered the tree's branches? Since they were not allowed into the parlor, they did not know. All day long they sat and waited. They heard strange murmuring and shuffling, pounding and hammering. And late in the afternoon, Fritz declared that he saw a familiar, strange-looking man creep into the parlor with a large box under his arm.
This collection of stories includes amazing and funny stories about American legends Paul Bunyan, Sal Fink, Stormalong, Bess Call, John Henry, Annie Oakley, and Johnny Appleseed.
The Maiden Games are fast approaching and Snow White is frozen with fear. It's bad enough that Princess School will be facing off against the nasty witches who attend the nearby Grimm School.
What would be worse? Having a total drama queen as a roommate, or living next to someone whose snoring registers on the Richter scale? Try both. Zoey and the gang are ready to rock a new school year at PCA, but things start to get strange fast.
Seventh grader Audrey is fascinated by the new girl at school, Cherise. But she isn't sure how to get to know her. So Audrey launches the perfect plan: a slam book. She secretly circulates a notebook with everyone's name, including her own, hoping it'll reach Cherise soon. The book is a huge hit around school--everyone wants to write (and read!) about everyone else. But does Audrey really want to know the truth?
Andie and Caitlin are identical twins who couldn't be less alike. Fed up with being lumped together, the girls can't wait to start junior high. There, they'll finally be able to pave their own way. But it turns out that being mistaken for each other might work in their favor.
Savannah can't wait for her birthday, which she's spending with her parents and her two best friends at a cabin in the snow for the whole week of winter break. Then she sprains her ankle on the very first day, and her friends take off without her! Savannah feels left out in the cold. But soon she discovers that her friends haven't forgotten her at all. They've been planning a Winter Wonderland surprise birthday party!
Zoey and her friends star in a new TV reality show during spring break.
When Rose gets cast as Princess Perfecta in the school play, Nettle, cast as the Scary Fairy, continues her role off the stage.
The Maiden Games are approaching and Snow White is cold with fear as her stepmother, Malodora, is one of the judges, and that is sure to make Snow quake. She's sure something bad will happen and if she doesn't join, it will be unfair to her school.